Residents of Bëxulla protest again, confrontations with police officers
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20 security cameras in Lushnje and Fier installed by criminal groups are dismantled
Pse erdhi mbiprodhimi në vitin 2022?
Posta e mëngjesit/ Me 2 rreshta: Çfarë pati rëndësi dje në Shqipëri
Not only in Tirana, there have been strong protests at EU summits
The Democratic Party has been attacked for damaging the country's image with the protest on December 6, the day when Tirana will host the summit between the European Union and the Western Balkans.
Meanwhile, the chief democrat Sali Berisha has declared that the opposition people want to convey to the European leaders the message of what the reality is like in Albania.
As Berisha said, protests on the day of the summit meeting are common and not a harmful act. In February of this year, when the EU-Africa summit was held, Brussels was engulfed in protests. Citizens from various African countries protested about the political and social situation in their countries.
They asked the international community to look at the real situation they were facing, such as hunger, bad governance, etc.
The same situation happened about a year ago. A protest, where clashes with the police were not missing, took place in Slovenia, where a European Union summit was held.
Citizens protested against Covid-19 restrictions on the day European leaders gathered in Ljubljana. Police fired tear gas and water cannons at the protesters.
Meanwhile, the opposition has said that despite the fact that the police did not give them permission to protest, they will not withdraw. Meanwhile, they assured that they will avoid any provocation and incident.